Steven Ahle| Opinion| Brennan is in the frying pan, could the fire be far off?  I sure hope not.

In any criminal conspiracy case, the prosecutors always call in the big wheels last.  One of the reasons for that, is so that they can get as much evidence and cooperating witnesses  as humanly possible before going in for the kill shot on the boss.

In this case we are talking not only John Brennan but James Clapper and James Comey as well.

But, make no mistake about it, Brennan is the biggest of the big fish. If there is not enough evidence already, this questioning will be the defining moment of the entire investigation, one way or another.  Brennan may very well be participating in, if he allows himself to be interview, a ‘target interview.’

We still don’t know what the Italians told Bill Barr and John Durham but it is potentially explosive. Some believe Brennan talked European intelligence sources to help try to frame President Trump.

As the head of the CIA, under Obama, was the one most likely involved with foreign governments in an effort to get compromise Trump and hinder, if not end his presidency, if by some miracle Hillary did not prevail in 2016.

They were all in for a massive surprise on election night. I wonder how many people realized just how screwed they were when Trump won and it became obvious their ‘top cover’ was not elected.

We know John Brennan was instrumental in formulating the opinion that Trump posed a risk to our national security even though he knew he wasn’t.

One thing this suggests is that Durham could be finished with his investigation by the end of August, that is possible, probable?  That is hard to say. Personally, I think if there were crimes committed, which is seams to me, IMHO, that there were many, serious crimes committed, indictments must come BEFORE the election.

It’s vitally important for the indictments to come out as soon as possible so that the voters will know that the garbage they have heard for the last three and a half years was all B.S..

The Washington Examiner reported:

Durham, the federal prosecutor from Connecticut appointed by Attorney General William Barr to investigate the origins of the Crossfire Hurricane inquiry and to scrutinize the conduct of the law enforcement leaders and intelligence officials involved in it, has asked to interview Brennan, according to “people familiar with the request” cited by NBC News, and the former top spy and vociferous Trump critic has reportedly agreed to the sit-down. The same report cites sources who suggest Durham’s inquiry may be nearing the finish line.

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